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Schlessel J S - - 1993
Sixteen stable intubated premature infants without a clinically significant patent ductus arteriosus were studied during recovery from respiratory distress syndrome in order to determine the effects of left and right lateral, as compared to supine, positioning. Pulmonary mechanics were measured for spontaneous breaths 5 and 15 minutes after positioning, and ...
Bridges N D - - 1992
BACKGROUND: Many have proposed a relation between presence of a patent foramen ovale, with or without atrial septal aneurysm, and cryptogenic stroke. The effect of foramen ovale closure on the risk for subsequent strokes is unknown. METHODS AND RESULTS: Transcatheter closure of a patent foramen ovale was undertaken in 36 ...
Green N J - - 1992
Fatal haemopericardium in a 27 year old pregnant woman was caused by rupture of a dissecting aneurysm of the pulmonary artery. She had an uncorrected patent ductus arteriosus and severe pulmonary hypertension. The wall of the pulmonary artery showed atherosclerosis and cystic medionecrosis.
- - 1992
4,942,580; 4,986,623; 4,996,884; 4,998,259; 5,001,716; 5,003,544; 5,003,567; 5,011,284; 5,013,151; 5,018,810; 5,018,857; 5,018,859; 5,022,731; 5,022,760; 5,026,131; 5,026,161; 5,027,367; 5,034,613; 5,034,951; 5,042,889; 5,048,026; 5,048,938; 5,052,003; 5,052,011; 5,056,885; 5,058,972; 5,064,265; 5,064,284; 5,064,288; 5,067,134; 5,068,525; 5,071,208; 5,074,665.
- - 1992
5,025,658; 5,026,135; 5,028,103; 5,028,119; 5,029,953; 5,029,956; 5,029,981; 5,029,988; 5,029,990; 5,031,976; 5,031,977; 5,031,979; 5,031,983; 5,031,991; 5,033,816; 5,033,830;
- - 1992
4,983,005; 4,984,861; 4,989,934; 4,989,935; 4,927,251; 4,962,995; 4,977,565; 5,005,932; 5,005,935; 5,007,695; 5,012,679; 5,016,951.
Ottenkamp J - - 1992
OBJECTIVE: To assess the medium term results of percutaneous transvenous closure of patent ductus arteriosus, in particular with regard to protrusion of the device with or without turbulence of the bloodflow. DESIGN: Clinical examination and echocardiographic study (cross sectional Doppler, and colour Doppler examination) within 24 hours of and at ...
Friberg L G - - 1992
Critical aortic stenosis (CAOS) is not compatible with life when the ductus arteriosus closes. We have treated 11 consecutive cases with isolated CAOS. Symptom presentation was in the early neonatal period and diagnosis was made noninvasively at a mean age of 4 days. All were operated on with transventricular dilation ...
- - 1992
5,039,219; 5,040,871; 5,040,876; 5,040,877; 5,042,912; 5,042,922; 5,042,928; 5,042,930; 5,044,706; 5,045,704; 5,046,794; 5,048,904; 5,050,961; 5,050,962; 5,052,763; 5,052,766; 5,053,619;
Laurin S - - 1992
An aneurysm of the ductus arteriosus carries a high risk of rupture. The radiologic findings are described, based on a review of the literature, and on our experience of 5 patients, successfully diagnosed and treated. A left-sided mediastinal mass is always present, obscured only if the aneurysm has already ruptured. ...
- - 1992
5011244; 5013107; 5024508; 5028102; 5031190; 5032010; 5039222; 5050993.
Endo M - - 1992
Between 1971 and 1990, 7 patients of tetralogy of Fallot with anomalous origin of left pulmonary artery underwent intracardiac repairs at Tohoku University Hospital. They were 2 males and 5 females with ages ranging from 4 to 26 years old. The right pulmonary artery connected to right ventricle in all ...
- - 1992
4,989,959; 4,991,923; 5,009,243; 5,010,770; 5,011,265; 5,013,131; 5,013,133; 5,013,134; 5,013,136; 5,013,139; 5,013,142; 5,013,143; 5,014,709; 5,015,049; 5,015,052; 5,018,803; 5,020,888; 5,020,910; 5,022,726; 5,022,730; 5,022,743.
Lloyd T R - - 1992
Implantation of 3.5 mm Gianturco-Roubin coronary artery stents into the ductus arteriosus was evaluated as an alternative to surgical systemic to pulmonary arterial shunts in 3 weanling piglets. Thrombosis of the ductus occurred in all 3 animals (95% confidence limits 29-100%) within 1 hour, despite pretreatment with heparin. In each ...
- - 1992
5,015,053; 5,016,950; 5,016,954; 5,018,801; 5,016,953; 5,016,977; 5,016,994; 5,018,838; 5,022,727.
Skalski J H - - 1992
The paper presents two infants with the A-4 type of truncus arteriosus communis (according to Van Praagh's classification). One patient who survived a surgical procedure demonstrated a rare variant of aortic arch interruption to the left off the left subclavian artery (type A according to Celoria and Patton), whereas the ...
Nehgme R A - - 1992
Anomalous left coronary artery (ALCA) from the pulmonary trunk presents in early infancy with a clinical picture of failure to thrive, congestive heart failure (CHF), angina-like episodes, and mitral insufficiency. These manifestations which are due to myocardial ischemia may change in the presence of an associated lesion. We present a ...
Mee R B - - 1992
In reviewing selected publications on congenital heart disease management for 1990 and 1991, some topics have been chosen for discussion, including isolated patent ductus arteriosus, coarctation of the aorta, critical aortic stenosis in early infancy, hypoplastic left-heart syndrome, pulmonary artery banding, Fontan procedures, pulmonary atresia and intact ventricular septum, Ebstein's ...
Bezuidenhout A J - - 1992
Anomalous blood vessels at the base of the heart in a 6-month-old German Shepherd Dog are described. On the right side, the thoracic vertebral artery was absent and the dorsal intercostal arteries to the first 2 ribs arose directly from the deep cervical artery. The right bronchoesophageal artery was exceptionally ...
Pahor A L - - 1992
Persistence of the stapedial artery is rare. A case is presented in which the stapedial artery was found over the footplate during stapes surgery. The technical problems encountered are discussed. A wire prosthesis has previously been used in the presence of a persistent stapedial artery and we describe the use ...
- - 1992
4,991,926; 4,997,245; 4,997,246; 4,997,249; 4,998,791; 4,998,794; 5,000,531; 5,005,927; 5,007,065; 5,007,694; 5,009,502; 5,011,250.
Walsh K P - - 1992
The systemic circulation of newborn infants with congenital left-heart obstruction is supplied from the right ventricle via a patent arterial duct between the pulmonary artery and descending aorta. The duct closes during the first few days of life, but infusion of prostaglandin E2 can prevent closure in some cases. We ...
Okajima Y - - 1992
In an attempt to visualize the pulmonary arterial trees of neonates and infants with ductus-dependent decreased pulmonary flow, the efficacy of retrograde injection of contrast from the radial arteries of 11 consecutive patients was tested. All patients had pulmonary atresia and patent ductus arteriosus. A 22- or 24-gauge needle was ...
Coard K C - - 1992
We report a case of rupture of a saccular pulmonary artery aneurysm with fatal hemopericardium in a 29-year-old man who also had persistent ductus arteriosus with severe pulmonary hypertension. Histologic examination of the pulmonary artery showed cystic medionecrosis similar to that observed in patients with ruptured dissecting pulmonary artery aneurysms. ...
Okishima T - - 1992
N,N'-bis(dichloroacetyl)-1,8-octamethylenediamine(bis-diamin e) (100 micrograms) dissolved in dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) was administered to early developing chick embryos (Hamburger-Hamilton stage 9-21) in order to clarify the teratogenic effects on the cardiovascular system and to determine whether bis-diamine interferes with the migration of neural crest cells. Of 346 cases, 154 (44.5%) survived. The incidence ...
- - 1992
5,005,928; 5,005,958; 5,007,432; 5,007,689; 5,007,691; 5,007,692; 5,007,709; 5,007,711; 5,007,729; 5,009,233; 5,009,484; 5,009,494;
- - 1992
4,930,887; 4,969,717; 4,890,893; 4,942,581; 4,968,107; 4,921,354; 4,972,429.
- - 1992
4,991,925; 4,991,938; 4,993,796; 4,993,818; 4,996,412; 4,997,241; 4,997,261; 5,000,527; 5,000,546; 5,002,380; 5,004,312; 5,004,319.
Matsui K - - 1992
A 26 day old neonate with Type B interrupted aortic arch, a ventricular septal defect and severe subaortic stenosis underwent a successful modified Van Praagh's operation, consisting of insertion of a graft between the main pulmonary artery and descending aorta, ligation of the patent ductus arteriosus and main pulmonary artery ...
Nakajima H - - 1992
Three patients with vascular sling were studied by two-dimensional and color Doppler echocardiography and angiocardiography. One case was associated with atrial septal defect and another with tetralogy of Fallot and patent ductus arteriosus. The third case had no associated intracardiac anomalies. Color Doppler flow mapping was performed in all three ...
Ford W D - - 1992
Antenatal correction of congenital diaphragmatic hernia in the human fetus is an attractive theoretical possibility that might reverse pulmonary hypoplasia before it becomes too severe for post-natal survival. Initial attempts at correcting these herniae in the human fetus have been beset with many technical problems, one of which has been ...
- - 1991
4,836,675; 4,836,679; 4,840,489; 4,848,910; 4,863,271; 4,863,271; 4,863,272; 4,863,273; 4,865,452; 4,881,817; 4,886,364; 4,889,404; 4,881,817; 4,886,364; 4,889,404.
- - 1991
4,981,332; 4,983,003; 4,998,786; 4,998,787; 4,998,788; 5,000,542; 5,000,571.
Maroto E - - 1991
We speculated that a relationship may exist between transient peripheral pulmonary stenosis and the closure of the ductus arteriosus. Fifty preterm infants had pulmonary artery and ductal color Doppler flow velocity assessments performed before and after closure of the ductus arteriosus. No flow turbulence or increase in velocity was observed ...
- - 1991
4,909,627; 4,991,919; 4,991,934; 4,991,946; 4,991,953; 4,995,693; 4,995,721; 4,997,242; 4,997,265; 4,998,801; 4,998,808; 5,000,529; 5,004,311; 4,746,216; 4,746,217; 4,986,651; 4,988,152; 4,988,154; 4,988,196; 4,989,929; 4,991,943; 4,991,945; 4,993,789; 4,993,792; 4,993,823.
- - 1991
4,859,852; 5,004,309; 5,004,341; 5,005,954; 5,007,690; 5,016,976.
Ursell P C - - 1991
BACKGROUND: There is a paucity of quantitative anatomic data regarding human great vessel development that could be useful as a reference for fetal echocardiographers who must distinguish abnormal from normal cardiac development at early stages. METHODS AND RESULTS: To determine normal growth patterns, we plotted the diameters of the aortic ...
Mattox D E - - 1991
We have tested a new method of vascular repair using biocompatible, low-temperature, heat-shrinkable tubing on canine carotid arteries. All of 16 canine carotid arteries were patent immediately after the anastomosis. None of the anastomoses leaked after the clamps were released. Average time from severing the vessel to releasing the clamps ...
- - 1991
4,743,117; 4,861,160; 4,861,161; 4,865,436; 4,904,082; 4,919,519; 4,921,328; 4,928,294; 4,931,630; 4,941,163; 4,968,110; 4,991,924.
- - 1991
4,938,556; 4,674,830; 4,941,147; 4,991,917; 4,993,039; 4,993,040; 4,995,699; 4,995,720; 4,996,692; 4,997,282; 5,002,349; 5,002,352; 5,002,353.
- - 1991
4,926,696; 4,930,352; 4,946,280; 4,949,367; 4,968,117; 4,974,943; 4,978,182; 4,979,176; 4,979,828; 4,983,024; 4,988,169; 4,988,170.
- - 1991
4,986,619; 4,986,640; 4,988,153; 4,988,157; 4,993,788; 4,993,790; 5,002,395.
Chien C T - - 1991
Cine magnetic resonance imaging was performed in 11 patients with communication between systemic and pulmonary circulation. In five patients with uncomplicated patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), ductus arteriosus was delineated by a persistent band of low signal intensity, whereas in two patients who also had severe pulmonary hypertension the signal intensity ...
- - 1991
4,971,412; 4,974,230; 4,984,863; 4,939,742; 4,925,302.
Moore J W - - 1991
The feasibility of stenting the ductus arteriosus with a balloon-expandable vascular endoprosthesis was tested in 8 newborn lambs. Tantalum wire and stainless steel mesh coronary stents were implanted antegrade or retrograde by percutaneous transfemoral catheterization. One lamb died during the procedure from perforation of the aorta. In 7 lambs, the ...
- - 1991
4,906,070; 4,906,087; 4,913,524; 4,917,447; 4,921,338; 4,953,922; 4,962,311; 4,974,944; 4,979,819; 4,979,821.
Barman A A - - 1991
Major vascular involvement by a bronchogenic cyst is rare; most large cysts cause respiratory symptoms. We present a case in which a large bronchogenic cyst was adherent to the left pulmonary artery. During removal of the cyst by right thoracotomy, the artery lacerated. Repair of the artery in such a ...
- - 1991
4,856,887; 4,904,035; 4,980,536; 4,984,857; 4,984,892; 4,985,624; 4,986,641; 4,984,878.
Saitoh M - - 1991
An 80-year-old man with Ebstein's anomaly and ductus arteriosus aneurysm is reported. He was admitted with bradycardiac atrial fibrillation and right ventricular failure. For the control of brady-arrhythmia, a permanent pacemaker was implanted. Two-dimensional echocardiogram revealed distal displacement of the septal tricuspid valve. Aortography and computed tomography showed ductus arteriosus ...
- - 1991
4,966,426, 4,966,440, 4,966,428, 4,973,132, 4,968,108, 4,969,700, 4,971,409, 4,974,920, 4,984,856, 4,986,624, 4,976,504, 4,976,507.
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